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May 12, 2009


She's sounds like she's working through her grief. You are a good friend to her. Please give her my condolences.

M is a totally good friend and is working extra-hard at proving it this week!! On Friday night, after the funeral, there was a whole bunch of family at the house for (a provided) dinner. Abe kept insisting that he sit at the head of the table, in J's place, because he was now the man of the family.

Well, that made me cry. But it's true, Abe IS the man of the family now. And he's taking his job seriously.

It's not now she'll need most help, but when the shock has worn off. When my sister's husband died, she needed a lot of support for the next 3 years and more.

Ora, good wishes for steady healing. Take care of yourself. M will make sure you do!

Holding you in my prayers Ora. The path you've already walked of caring for your ill husband while running your family has been really hard. Your new road will be a different hard.

The best advice I can give is to take a moment to breathe, and when needed, take life 10 minutes at a time. You can do anything for 10 minutes!

Oh, and get ready for the paperwork 'cause it's something else.

Thinking of you.

Be gentle with yourself.

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